Closer Look - Exterior
Let’s take a look at NZXT S340 Razer Edition chassis exterior by starting with the right side. There’s a vent at the top and bottom of the front panel to allow cool air to be drawn in by the 140mm fans we installed.
The front of the S340 has the Razer emblem which lights up once your system has been powered on, the same goes for the LED light rails on the bottom of the chassis.
The top panel has the air vent we talked about earlier which provides air to our 140mm fans which our installed on the NZXT Kraken X61 CPU Cooler
The power switch is located to the right front I/O next we have two USB 3.0 ports, HD audio output & Mic input, last the power LED
Here’s an angle shot of the front panel and the windowed side panel
As you can see the right side panel has a lot of space, more like an open canvas waiting for you to add some custom paint, or apply some vinyl with graphics from your favorite game
In the next three photos we will take a look at what’s happening on the rear of the chassis. Over to the left, the rear I/O an on the right the grill for the rear 120mm fan. Below the fan grill we see seven thumb screws for securing your PCI devices in place and seven expansion slots with vented covers. The very bottom of the rear is the power supply bay.
In our next photo a close up of the N340 power supply bay which runs almost the entire length of the chassis
As we mentioned earlier, the photo below shows the seven thumb screws for locking down your PCI devices, as well as the seven expansion slots with vented covers.
Let’s move on to the bottom of the S340 Razer Edition and see what’s going on. The green LEDs are located behind the white strips on both sides of the case and the four rubber feet do a decent job preventing the chassis from moving . There's a filter on bottom of the power supply bay to stop dust and animal hairs from entering the chassis.